Certified Trainer Mel Uye-Parker
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Melissa Uye-Parker is a British-Nigerian producer, performer and educator based in London, making music since 2006. As a vocalist and songwriter, she has collaborated with the likes of Matthew Herbert, Rae & Christian, Yesking and, more recently, produces under the moniker, Mjiri.
Mel is also an experienced music educator and Ableton Certified Trainer. She currently leads Education at CDR (a community-driven music platform started from the UK underground music scene) and is an Advisor for The Rights Studio (a creative hub for people and organisations to engage on human rights issues).
An Ableton Certified Trainer is an Ableton Live expert who communicates technical information in a clear, concise and engaging manner. To ensure that Ableton Certified Trainers have the instructional skills and technical competency to deliver quality training, Ableton requires all trainers to successfully complete Ableton Trainer Certification.